Move to name Alabama prison for white ex-police exec angers blacks

April 1998
Jet;04/13/98, Vol. 93 Issue 20, p19
Focuses on the anger of black leaders in Alabama over a resolution to name a prison after L.B. Sullivan. The late Sullivan's position as Montgomery police commissioner when Freedom Riders who integrated buses were beaten at the city bus station in 1961.


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